February 21, 2016 by Kiersi
Hot dang, it has been a wild week around here.
I’ll be posting tomorrow or the next day about what’s going on in QUARTZ CREEK RANCH land, but today, I have a super special announcement to make:
I’m going to have TWO Young Adult novels published by Carolrhoda Lab!
Here’s the deal announcement in Publisher’s Weekly:
So a little background on these two books, because they both have a story.
HONOR CODE has some pretty deep roots in my feminist heart, even though the subject was originally Alix’s brainchild. The novel takes place at a private boarding school on the east coast—an elite institution that’s been educating and refining the rich and powerful for over a century. (more…)
Category Author News, Literary Agents, Publishing | Tags: agents,announcement,book of the heart,Carolrhoda Lab,feminism,Game of Thrones,Gossip Girl,high fantasy,Lord of the Rings,private school,privilege,young adult | 5 Comments
February 13, 2013 by Kiersi
The Crown of Embers, by Rae Carson
This series gets: ♥♥♥♥♥ out of 5
The Crown of Embers, by Rae Carson – I need to just get something off my chest before we start this review: Rae Carson knows how to write. When she sits down at her keyboard, do birds start singing? Do little deer come out of the woods and press their shiny black noses to her window? Do squirrels knit her a new dress every morning out of moss and bramble?
Anyway, my point is that The Crown of Embers is a very worthy follow-up to Girl of Fire and Thorns (I am shocked and a little horrified to not have reviewed it, but if you have not read it, simply be content to know it is amazing and that you should definitely read it). Elisa, our overweight princess from the previous novel, has trimmed down some through her adventures across the desert and, due to circumstances, is now queen of the realm. Not only that, but she’s developing some… feelings, for a particular captain of the guard. (more…)
Category Book Reviews | Tags: book review,Girl of Fire and Thorns,high fantasy,Rae Carson,The Crown of Embers,YA | 6 Comments